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Physicist Key Speaker For Two-Day UFO Summit

From: UFO UpDates - Toronto <ufoupdates.nul>
Date: Mon, 03 Sep 2007 09:44:09 -0400
Archived: Mon, 03 Sep 2007 09:44:09 -0400
Subject: Physicist Key Speaker For Two-Day UFO Summit

Source: The Register-Herald - Beckley, West Virginia. USA


September 02, 2007

Physicist Key Speaker For Two-Day UFO Summit
By Mannix Porterfield
Register-Herald Reporter

Nuclear physicist Stanton Friedman arrives in West Virginia's
capital Friday with "overwhelming evidence" that aliens from
beyond have been visiting planet Earth for a long time.

Friedman is a keynoter for a special two-day UFO summit at the
old Capitol Theater in Charleston, arranged by promoter Larry

For almost half a century, Friedman has explored the UFO
phenomenon and spent much of his time on the lecture circuit,
meeting audiences on better than 600 campuses and appearing on
national television interviews, including, of late, the "Larry
King Show."

At every stop, his message never varies.

"UFOs are real, and the government has been covering them up in
what I call the 'cosmic Watergate,'" Friedman told The Register-
Herald in a recent interview.

"I've never seen a flying saucer, but I've never seen a meteor
or a gamma ray, but I think they're real, too."

No matter what side one takes in the UFO controversy, all must
concede Friedman's scientific background.

For 14 years, he worked for no less giants than General
Electric, General Motors, Westinghouse, McDonnell Douglass, TRW
Systems and Aerojet General Nucleonics.

Friedman was the first scientific investigator to explore the
Roswell incident and has been hard at it ever since, unearthing
what he insists is a massive coverup by the government to deny
the existence of alien craft.

"The flying saucer story is the biggest story of the
millennium," he declares.

The linchpin of the UFO issue, of course, is Roswell.

It was there, back in 1947, that true believers say that two
alien aircraft crash landed and the government recovered not
only the debris from those ships but a number of alien bodies,
but immediately moved into a sophisticated coverup to keep the
lid on.

To cement the official lie that what landed was an aborted
weather balloon, he says, the Army Air Force, as it was known
back then, set loose such a device for the benefit of the press.

To those who mock his conclusions, Friedman is quick to ask if
they have ever bothered to study the five major scientific
studies used in his presentations. What he has learned is that
97 percent haven't.

Besides, scientific breakthroughs have seldom come without
ridicule, even within the community of scientists.

"We don't a lot about the history of our planet," he said.

In modern times, Friedman is swift to point out, the city of
Troy, often dismissed as legend, a myth created in literature,
was actually proven to have been a genuine place.

Skeptics often wonder why UFOs, if indeed real, haven't left
behind some hard evidence and why they pick obscure locations
such as a Kansas wheat field in which to set down, rather than
downtown Detroit or bustling Dallas, For that matter, why hasn't
a team of aliens touched down on the Rose Garden, walked up to
the White House door and demanded to see the president.

Friedman alludes to violent contact between aliens and the U.S.
Air Force =97 a topic explored at length by the summit's other
keynoter, author Frank Feschino =97 as one reason.

Dodging rockets and other fire power from U.S. Air Force jets
would tend to cool one's neighborly attitude, even among aliens
possessing obvious superior aircraft, Friedman says.

"We're not very friendly," he said.

Friedman has authored books on UFOs, his latest titled
"Captured! The Betty and Barney Hill UFO Experience," touted as
the first documented alien abduction.

In all his travels, Friedman has been welcomed by rapt attention
and endured few doubters in all 50 states.

"I've only had 11 hecklers and two of them were drunks," he

Feschino, now living in Florida, painstakingly looked into the
'Flatwoods Monster', a sighting of a robotic figure on a
hillside in Braxton County and the subject of his first book.

Since then, Feschino has penned a follow-up titled, Shoot Them
Down, in which he describes aerial warfare between alien craft
and the Air Force off the Atlantic Coast. In the midst of that
fierce battle, he says, one alien was forced to take his hobbled
craft back inland, explaining the figure witnessed by several
boys and adults.

One of the children, Freddy May, will appear with Feschino and
Friedman at the summit this weekend.

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